Teachers’ perceptions of bilingual/CLIL programs in NSW primary schools. Ruth Fielding and Lesley Harbon.
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Teachers’ perceptions of bilingual/CLIL programs in NSW primary schools
Ruth Fielding and Lesley Harbon
This study explores the implementation of bilingual education programs in four Australian primary schools offering a bilingual program for Indonesian, Korean, Chinese or Japanese according to the current government priority for the teaching of these four languages other than English. It outlines the complexities faced in implementation.
in each of the four schools to provide information on the four models.
Questionnaire Data – All teachers in the schools